Plenty of preposterous nonsense to be reading today.
- Galloway delivers scathing remarks to the Oil for Food Scandal committee. The word here.
- Doubts raised over Melbourne airport scare.
- Study links sun activity to whale strandings.
- An imaginary scandal.
- 911 predicted by card game back in 1995.
- Coliseum unearthed in Britain.
- Did the Vikings drive natives from the isles?
- Ancient ice age responsible for Type 1 diabetes?
- Unravelling the mystery of origin of the Andaman population. Or making things fit yer prejudices.
- Scientists pinpoint green tea’s cancer target.
- Anthropology and counterinsurgency: the strange story of their curious relationship. Wibble wibble.
- Herb helps curb binge drinking.
- Saddam’s wife says Saddam’s double was captured.
- Arachnid’s clue to dino wipeout.
- Why today is the perfect day to change the rest of your life.
- Definitional drift: math goes postmodern.
- Did Nubians know they were drinking beer contaminated with tetracycline?
- Chinese made first use of diamond.
- Is Britain’s future really nuclear?
- Cameroon survey suggests viruses often jump from primates to people. How are the primates infected?
- Autism: Lots of clues, but still no answers.
- Geomagnetic storm heads toward Earth.
- Weird star has clockwork mechanism. May have attraction/repulsion issues.
Quote of the Day:
A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything.